Two Trials Bikes Stolen

Goole: Appeal to find stolen bikes and identify those responsible.

28 May 2015

Humberside Police are investigating the burglary of a garage on Woodland Avenue in Goole.  Intruders broke into the garage at the rear of the house between 10pm May 23 and 9am May 24.  Two trials bikes and a quantity of tools were stolen.  The bikes are described as a blue Sherco 125T, 2005 model and a red GasGas JTR250, 1996 model.

If you can help locate these stolen bikes and tools or know who is responsible for this burglary please call Humberside Police on the non-emergency number 101, quoting crime reference 2115485.

 

Garage and Shed burglaries often increase in the spring and summer as the weather improves and more people are in and out of their outbuildings.  We would like to help people to help themselves and to protect their property and contents and would ask you to consider the following advice:

Sheds Outbuildings and Garages – Shut it, lock it, keep it

Garden sheds, outbuildings and garages packed with tools, machinery and other valuable equipment offer easy pickings to thieves. 

Take the right precautions to help prevent becoming a victim of crime and reduce the risk of having your property stolen.  Mark your property to improve your chances of getting it traced and returned to you if it is stolen.

Here’s how you can cut the risk of theft:

Use close shackle padlocks to secure sheds and install shed alarms and security lights
Close your garden gate and lock it from the inside
Always put tools and equipment away - items left outside could be stolen or used to help a thief break in
Disable lawn mowers and other large machinery when not in use and chain items together to a solid anchor point
Record details of your property (make, model, serial number and identifying marks) on the form overleaf and take photographs of items for easy identification
Register your valuables on the National Property Database www.immobilise.com
Security-mark your property using a UV pen or a forensic marking solution

The public also have a role to play by calling Humberside Police if they have information about people responsible for thefts or handling stolen goods. They should call 999 in an emergency, 101 in a non emergency or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Further crime prevention advice is available from the Humberside Police website: protecting your property

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